Patient Resources


Request for Medical Records (from DTW to another provider)

Patient Medical History Form

Privacy Practices

Records Release Authorization (from another provider to DTW)

Consent for Release of Information



Colposcopy Consent Form

Colposcopy Pre & Post Instructions

D&C Consent Form

D&C Pre & Post Instructions

Direction for Oral Contraceptives

EMB Consent

EMB Pre & Post Instructions

IUD Consent

IUD Pre & Post instructions

LEEP Consent Form

LEEP Pre & Post instructions

Sonohysterogram Consent Form

Sonohysterogram Pre &Post Instructions


CDC’s Response to Zika

Cord Blood Preservation

DHA during Pregnancy & Nursing

Do’s & Don’ts in Pregnancy

Early Pregnancy Screening and Diagnostic Testing


Over the Counter Medicines in Pregnancy

Pregnancy Resource List


Screening for Gestational Diabetes



Join other expectant mothers and couples in an efficient 4 hour childbirth primer designed for busy New Yorkers. Our goal is to empower you to feel confident and prepared for labor, birth & beyond. We will answer questions such as “How will I know I’m in labor?” and “How can I support my partner during birth?” as well as cover a range of topics including:

· Labor & Birth Physiology
· Signs & Stages of Labor
· Understanding Medical Support including Interventions and Induction
· Reframing Pain in Birth – Comfort Techniques & Pain Medications
· Adjusting to the Postpartum Period
· Breastfeeding Basics

Classes are taught by Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators Anne Ramos & Rachel Bale, and are offered on various Saturdays from 9am – 1pm and Thursdays from 6pm – 10pm. Cost is $300 per couple. Please contact our Appointment Staff to schedule your class.


Support groups offer the opportunity to validate one’s experiences; women can share strategies for coping and provide encouragement to one another; talking to other women with similar experiences can be extremely helpful in understanding one’s own feelings; building a community for support and friendship.

In our groups, we are able to mother the mother. These groups can be a much-needed place to de-stress and find a community that understands your experiences. Postpartum groups also provide us the opportunity to assess and monitor the well-bring of our members.

Available groups include, but may not be limited to:

Coping with Loss group, New Moms support group, Breastfeeding Sucks support group, Working Moms group and Pregnancy support group.

To find out more about groups, email


Quest Diagnostics

BioReference Laboratories




NTD Labs

Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine


The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Organization of Teratology Information Specialists

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology

American Cancer Society